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Let's Start A Capsule Wardrobe

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First thing first; What is a Capsule Wardrobe?

To simplify your wardrobe by only carrying a maximum of twenty pieces. 

Why have a Capsule Wardrobe?

It's the best way to curate your closet without over hoarding and spending.

How to Choose the Pieces?

The piece must Work Well with your Other Pieces. 
Neutral Colours that you Always Wear.
Statement but Basic

I'll be starting this series "Let's Start A Capsule Wardrobe"
 showcasing my twenty pieces to perfect this capsule wardrobe 

Each week, I'll pick out a piece from Pinterest - 
explaining the style, the colour, the trend and how you can mix and match.

Be sure to stay tuned.

 Image Credit: Modern Legacy
Image Credit Stylizimo

First thing first; What is a Capsule Wardrobe? To simplify your wardrobe by only carrying ...

Hello Weekend!


Weekends here, lazy mode - on, what to eat?

I'm sure all of you had those moments when you've asked yourself this and all you want to do is just relax, stay at home and do absolutely nothing.

Well here's a quick guide to lazy weekends and staying at home:

Sleep In - You Deserve It!

It's the weekend, do whatever you want. Don't feel obligated to give yourself extra rest.

Pamper Yourself.

With all the beauty sleep, you might as well slap on a mask and 
while you're waiting - do your nails! Best timing. 

Do Something Crafty.

With a little inspiration - find something creative and keep your juices flowing.
This way, you'll feel a weekend accomplishment while adding a new piece to your home.

Pizza Party with your Friends.

Time to eat! Don't want to cook? 
Easy! - Call your friends over and have a pizza party. 

“I can’t eat this or I can’t eat that!” 

Do you have friends that have allergy restrictions but still crave the good old cheesy goodness? 

Easy! Panago Pizza* now has their Chicken Souvlaki + Veggie Mediterranean Pizza to bring back the summer vibe. With fresh ingredients, no MSG added, no artificial colours and flavours, and so much veg-gie + gluten free options; it's the best pizza to accommodate everyone.

Finally, end your night with some Netflix and a hot cocoa.
Best weekends end off with some friends, chatting over the silly things that happened over the week and re-watching your favourite series. Time to click restart!

BTW my favourite series -  "How I Met Your Mother."
What's your weekends like?
Let me know in the comment below.
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Coming up, our second chapter to Urban Explorer X YYC where we explore the beautiful newly developed East Village. With lots of new developments, this area has many new opportunities while preserving it's history. Come tag a long and see where Cathy and I will take you.

 Often when I travel, I'm always searching for the unique hidden gems and cool coffee shops. But why not do that for our own city? Calgary is always full of surprises and beautiful history - it's time to explore, pick up the camera and act as a tourist in our own city with another blogger Cathy from For Two, Please 
In this series, Cathy and I will hit up some of our favourite spots in the city and share it with you through our lense and creativity. 

What started off as a historical factory warehouse became something so vibrant after a restoration in 2008. Situated along Riverwalk, Simmons is one of the best places to grab a coffee and enjoy the beautiful river view. Home to our local culinary gems, such as Phil + Sebastian Coffee Roasters, Sidewalk Citizen Bakery and Charbar, this beautiful landmark preserves lots of heritage and history while bringing in new urban spots to hangout.
Opened in the summer of 2015, this 30-acre beautifully landscaped urban park is one of Calgary’s newest inner city attractions. Located in the middle of the Bow River, St. Patrick’s Island features remarkable views of downtown Calgary, a natural wetland habitat, picnic grove, amphitheater, playground, walking trails and plenty of trees. It’s a quiet oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the city life.

Celebration Square, or C-square, is central urban plaza located on 4th Street and 7th Ave, close to the LRT line. The space is designed with a stretch of wooden benches and a series of aluminum fins, which illuminates as the train passes by and diminish as the train leaves the area. The innovation and motivation of this park is dynamic and ideal, making it a great centrepiece to the public. Its addition is made for the citizens to take a breather and enjoy the day, which we found to be a very nice touch to the community.

This 160000-sq-ft state-of-the-art facility is the newest cultural landmark for Calgary and Canada. Studio Bell is many things: a performance hall, recording facility, broadcast studio, live music venue and museum, with a mission to connect visitors with Canada’s rich musical history.

The cultural centre has a uniquely modern architectural design that’s worth nothing, which is inspired by musical instruments and western Canadian landscape (the Rocky Mountains and hoodoos in the badlands). The walls, lined with over 220,000 hand-painted terra cotta tiles, are concave and convex, and change colours as the natural light moves throughout the day. It’s well worth wandering through the space, soaking up the atmosphere, and taking in the history behind Canadian music.

Thank you for following us along this adventure, next stop Kensington!

For our previous location, Inglewood
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